It isn't just the unique blend--Tempranillo, Grenache, Graciano, and Pinot Noir--that sets this apart from Enfield's Shake Ridge Ranch Tempranillo. John Lockwood makes his Pretty Horses to be a fresher, more instantly accessible representation of this Spanish varietal. While Shake Ridge Ranch is still used as a vineyard source, that little bit of Pinot Noir comes from Heron Lake Vineyard in Wild Horse Valley AVA. Yeehaw!
Lockwood’s journey took him from a guitar repair shop to a relatively remote vineyard in eastern Napa before he landed with Ehren Jordan at the venerable Failla Wines. It was through his work there, managing crucial vineyard relationships throughout Northern California, that he decided to start Enfield Wine Co. as a small side project. By 2013, he was ready to commit full-time to the brand and we’re all luckier for it. His wines are consistently praised by critics, sommeliers, and enthusiasts alike for being incredibly fresh yet not lacking any seriousness whatsoever. In the end, Enfield showcases wines capable of drinking today, tomorrow, and for many years to come.Learn More
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